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Tänavsuu-Milkeviciene et al., 2009

ViideTänavsuu-Milkeviciene, K., Plink-Björklund, P., Kirsimäe, K., Ainsaar, L., 2009: Coeval versus reciprocal mixed carbonate-siliciclastic deposition, Middle Devonian Baltic Basin, Eastern Europe: implications from the regional tectonic development. Sedimentology, 56, 5, 1250-1274. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-3091.2008.01032.x
Autor(id)Tänavsuu-Milkeviciene, K., Plink-Björklund, P., Kirsimäe, K., Ainsaar, L.
Aasta2009
PealkiriCoeval versus reciprocal mixed carbonate-siliciclastic deposition, Middle Devonian Baltic Basin, Eastern Europe: implications from the regional tectonic development
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AjakiriSedimentology, 56, 5
Leheküljed1250-1274
Abstrakt

The Middle Devonian Narva succession in the Baltic Basin represents a significant turnaround in the history of the basin. The detailed study of core and outcrop sections and the three‐dimensional correlations across the Baltic Basin reveal a carbonate‐dominated, mixed retrogressive succession, overlain by a siliciclastic‐dominated, progradational succession. The palaeogeographic reconstructions show how the shallow, tide‐influenced basin expanded from south‐west to north‐east and, later during the transgression, also to the north, south and east. The transgressive portion of the basin fill is dominated by carbonate‐rich sabkha and supratidal to intertidal deposits on the basin margins, and subtidal carbonates in the basin centre. Siliciclastic material was derived by tidal currents and storm waves from the south‐west through a tidal inlet and flood‐tidal delta complex. This initial transgressive phase is characterized by the lack of subsidence or even episodic uplifts in the northern/north‐western part of the basin margin, shown by convergence of timelines and the thin (30 m) transgressive succession. In contrast, on the southern margin, the facies associations stack vertically into a 70 to 80 m thick succession, indicating significantly higher subsidence rates. The upper part of the transgressive phase indicates subsidence across the whole basin. The upper, progradational portion of the basin fill is dominated by coarse, siliciclastic, tide‐influenced deltaic deposits that rapidly prograded from north‐west to south‐east. This detailed study on the Narva succession shows that siliciclastic and carbonate deposition was coeval and that mixing occurred at different temporal and spatial scales. The mixing was controlled by grain‐size, volume and location of siliciclastic input rather than relative sea‐level changes as suggested in widely used reciprocal mixing models. It is suggested that the forebulge of the Scandinavian Caledonian fold‐and‐thrust belt migrated to the north‐western margin of the Baltic Basin during the earliest Eifelian, as indicated by the lack of subsidence and probable uplift in the northern/north‐western margin during the early transgressive phase. The forebulge migration ceased although the forebulge had already started to subside during the later stages of the transgressive phase. The deltaic progradation is interpreted to be associated with the orogenic collapse and uplift in the Scandinavian Caledonides that caused the erosion of the foreland basin fill and the coarse sediment transport into the Baltic Basin.

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DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-3091.2008.01032.x
Kirje ID2742
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